yes, the hondas have a vast number of tranny codes.
rule 1: no ecu (or tcm) in the world knows what part is bad. !!
it only knows, what tests failed. period.
a mech, does his tests to find the real cause, guessing will be expensive.
you can buy the FSM and read it? the tranny section is over 100 pages, (on car alone tests) off car 1000 pages.
A/T is complex, to the extreme....
its not a sensor, why guess that?
ok i go to alldata dot com for you ($15 yr/subs)
and look and see this. (truncated)Open in Transmission Range Switch ATPRVS Switch Circuit
That means the wire is bad, cut, connector bad, rusted, or the switch is bad.
a technician checks this path, and finds, the truth.
that is what we do.
more qoutes.Trouble Code Conditions:
With the vehicle driven in reverse at a speed of 3 (5 km/h) mph or less for at least 2 seconds, no RVS signal is detected.
* Check for proper transmission range switch installation, adjust the shift cable if needed
* "Open" circuit between PCM connector terminal and the transmission range switch
* Faulty transmission range switch
* PCM may need to be updated with the latest software
* Faulty PCM
need and FSM?
cant fix cars with outone, or the online account, not complex cars of today, no way, Jose'